Saturday 171230

For time:

In teams of 2
Partner 1 completes
1000 Meter row
50 Overhead Squats (55/45)
30 Burpees
then partner 2 does:
1000 Meter row
50 Overhead Squats (55/45)
30 Burpees

Drink plenty of this before, during, and after NYE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reminder that we have Yoga this Sunday at 11:00 am.  

Also, Monday January 1st, we have Open Gym only from 11:00 am – 1:00 PM.  No regular classes.

With New Years Eve a day away, I figured the below might come in handy.  For a complete list of food and drinks to help with those hangovers, check out the full article on Greatist.com by clicking HERE.

The Best and Worst Foods to Cure a Hangover

Water
The elixir of life should be your no. 1 priority after waking up with a pounding head. Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it pushes liquids out of the body. When nothing’s left in the tank, the body will draw water from any available source, including the brain—hello, headache. Drinking some H20 before heading to bed can help prevent some painful hangover symptoms, but grabbing the water bottle in the morning doesn’t hurt either.

Sports Drinks, Coconut Water, or Pedialyte
Sugary sports drinks can do a workout more harm than good, but such is not the case with a killer hangover. Reach for a Gatorade or similar beverage to restore liquids and electrolytes stat. Or pop open a box of coconut water, which has five of the electrolytes found in human blood, while most sports drinks only have two. Finally, one more cure that’s garnered a cult following: Pedialyte, a drink intended for dehydrated children, provides even more sodium and potassium than Gatoride, for far fewer calories.

Pickle Juice
This hangover remedy is weird, but sources swear it works! The sour liquid contains vinegar, salt, and water, which can help rehydrate and replenish electrolyte and sodium levels. To make the most of it, sip two ounces (measure it out in a standard shotglass) before hitting the bars and another two ounces in the morning.

Bananas, Dates, and Leafy Greens
These brightly colored foods contain potassium, an important electrolyte that is often depleted due to alcohol’s diuretic effect. Not feeling a salad first thing in the morning? Add some yogurt (which contains even more potassium) and blend these bad boys into a hangover-fighting smoothie.

Chicken Noodle Soup
Nothing says “wild night out” like a bowl of mom’s famous chicken soup, right? It might not be the most conventional hangover food, but a cup o’ noodles can help restock sodium and water levels in the body. Chicken also contains cysteine, which give the liver a much-needed boost.

 

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